Quality Inn Arkadelphia
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We left Little Rock early in the morning (5 am) and attempted to head to Pinnacle Mountain to see the sunrise. Unfortunately the park didn't open until 6:30 so we opted not to wait. While mom and I were upset to miss what we have heard is a fantastic sunrise view, but ...
... the full experience.
After the bath, we visited the park visitor center and got our national park passports stamped. Bought a t-shirt, and headed back to the hotel. In our hiking around the mountain last night, we noticed some very interesting mountain roads that led up to the tops of both the east and west mountains. It was a great motorcycle ride both up and down the mountains, very ...
... to try out the bathhouse, Jody will get a massage also (not my thing). Then it's off to ride the motorcycle to the top of both mountains and do a little more hiking. Also, there is a 216 ft observation tower on 1 of the mountains that we can go up in, and see the view! Should be great fun!
446.2 miles today
1200.7 miles total
13,618 gallons today
31.021 gallons total
After leaving Memphis in the afternoon we stopped in the small town of Hot Springs, Arkansas. The area is home to 47 natural hot springs, many of which have been made into water fountains or free taps. The city has a long history of bathing houses due to its hot springs. In 1921 the area became the first government protected reservation in the country. It has ...
... By the way, the school's architecture is quite impressive and students still attend it, but it is closed to the park visitors. We arrived on the day when black and white students were registering for the upcoming school term!
This was also the beginning age of television, and news coverage played a critical role in forcing the nation to examine its views on racism. The Governor of Arkansas insisted that the Supreme ...